Silver Ridge Lodge
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... RV, and cleaned our hands with Goo-Gone and several washings with hot soapy water. We walked back out and found that, we could harvest a lot of nuts on the ground without the resulting pitch.
Now we have to figure out the best way to crack open the nuts to get the little edible seeds out.
We awoke to beautiful alpenglow on the hight 14,000+ foot peaks in front of us. now heading south.
... at our revised destination, Salida. This is the first time we have arrived at our accommodation in mid-afternoon.
A short restorative nap for David, and we were ready to walk around this delightful little town. Its ‘historic downtown’ was filled with interesting shops, and we had a meal on a terrace by the river, enjoying a local beer and a shared taco salad. Yum! And we have found the perfect coffee place for tomorrow morning.
... it up" for a bit! Our elevation is 6300 feet. We do notice the difference. We also notice that we are drinking a lot more water. Thank heavens for our large insulated jug!!
We are on the Arkansas River which is a fly-fishing river here, narrow through the gorge, and this campground hosts the annual Royal Gorge Anglers Fly fishing school in early April. We saw several anglers in ...
Day 44. Friday 26th September. Kremmling to Heaton Bay Campground. Colorado dished up another beautiful day which included the stunning Williams Fork Reservoir and the best pass on the whole route so far in Ute Pass (9524ft), which was followed by the best descent. 53 miles made it a fairly long day, but the riding was mostly mellow and moderate. The climb up to Ute Pass resembled an Alpine road climb in its steady gradient and smooth surface, but fortunately it was fairly short at ...
... there were what appeared to be purple trees amongst the green pine trees but these were, in fact, bare and just looked purple compared to the green colour. We drove to the highest point and the made our way down the other side of the mountain, towards the other side of the park. The air at the highest point was extremely thin and we definitely had trouble breathing. This did not help combined with the fact that there was literally a sheer drop and we were driving inches from ...